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FTC Wins Round 3 in Lane Labs Battle     10 Jan, 2012

Article By: Linda A. Goldstein

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has won a third and decisive round in its ongoing battle with...More>>

What the FTC's Facebook Privacy Settlement Means for Marketers     6 Dec, 2011

Article By: Linda A. Goldstein

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced a major settlement with Facebook resolving...More>>

Nutella Case Another Example of California's Tough Class Action Laws     6 Dec, 2011

Article By: Gregory J. Sater

As discussed in previous DRMA Voice articles, California has become a battleground state for...More>>

FTC Stomps on Reebok: Beware of Overhyped Health-Related Advertising Claims     6 Dec, 2011

Article By: Arthur Yoon, Jeffrey Richter

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that athletic shoemaker Reebok International...More>>

While Congress Takes Time Out on Internet Privacy, FTC Tackles the 'Four Horsemen'     6 Dec, 2011

Article By: William I. Rothbard

While the 2012 election is likely to stall congressional momentum on online privacy legislation, it...More>>

Finally, FTC Takes a Stern 'Tone' With National Advertisers, Too     8 Nov, 2011

Article By: William I. Rothbard

Forever, it seems, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been socking it to the direct response...More>>

FTC Proposes Amendments to the Mail Order Rule     8 Nov, 2011

Article By: Linda A. Goldstein

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has proposed several new amendments to the Mail and Telephone...More>>

Consumer Groups Take Aim at Immersive Teen Advertising     8 Nov, 2011

Article By: Jeffrey D. Knowles

On Oct. 19, the Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Action, Consumer Watchdog and the Praxis...More>>

Are There Adequate Disclosures on Your Website?     8 Nov, 2011

Article By: Cathy Polisoto, Jeffrey Richter

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently won a motion for preliminary injunction against...More>>

Judge Agrees: Customer Dissatisfaction Does Not Equal False Advertising     4 Oct, 2011

Article By: Gregory J. Sater

In a well-reasoned decision that should please advertisers everywhere, a federal district court...More>>